Because Stockton Deserves A Stage For Everyone!
Each Month, The Aesthetic and Ghostlight bring you a new film screening with stand-up comedians, live music and more!
This month’s eclectic evening of entertainment includes the music of Necessary Noise, Dead End Job and Lovers Therapy, as well as the comedy of Jordan Quattlebaum, Ian Massengale and Colin Casados! The highlight of the evening is the showing of Desolate Collection, a film by Peter Figuera, and an art gallery showing of the works of Stockton’s own TRUGRAPHIK. With Poison.Bites hosting and DJ’ing, you don’t wanna miss this amazing night!
Come to the premiere of Joshua’s full night album, Zion, and be immersed in soul, reggae and all around uplifting music. Joshua is on a US tour and this is the first stop! Opening for him will be singer songwriter and cellist, Natalie Hagwood.
PERFORMANCES AND GATHERINGS
Ghostlight is now taking submissions for performing acts. Our stage is open for bands, one person shows, stand-up comics, poets, theatre, et al. We offer a spacious stage with a drum riser, screen with multiple projection options, in-house sound and lighting packages, and dressing rooms.
Our seating may be intimate or up to a capacity of 200. Our venue offers a dance floor, a full bar and multi-level balcony-type seating with great views and a very cool vibe. With our superb sound, there isn’t a bad seat in the house!
Ghostlight will be the premier performance venue in the area; please contact us soon to take a tour and book your spot on our calendar.
We can’t wait to get you on our stage!
The Laugh For A Change Bar
Every time you buy a drink or snack at our bar, you are helping our community. Here at Ghostlight, we believe that supporting our community’s non-profits is essential and have chosen Laugh For A Change because of their various charitable endeavors around the Stockton area, including supporting youth programs in theatre and performing arts, as well as pet rescues and homeless support.
Laugh For A Change is a 501c3 non-profit.
We began with an idea of a space designed to withstand the limitations the pandemic introduced to performers and the arts; musicians, dancers, poets, thespians, filmmakers, and artists of various kinds are invited to book our space to showcase their passions, their skills, and their talents.
Our ghost light burns as a symbol of our commitment to always be an ember to artists and anyone who celebrates life and the joy of being together for amazing experiences! Come join us and support the fellowship of Stockton’s artists, the remembrance and recreation of the kinds of memories had at the recently destroyed Empire Theatre across the street, and the recommitment to supporting the arts and each other.